[DRBD-user] Linstor: confining failure domains to a single back-end device

Daniel Dehennin daniel.dehennin at region-academique-bourgogne-franche-comte.fr
Mon Jun 27 12:03:29 CEST 2022


I'm new to linstor and manage to create a test cluster to serve as a
backend for virtual machines managed by OpenNebula.

In the documentation, there is a mention on “confining failure domains
to a single back-end device”[1] but I didn't found example of how to do

Do I understand correctly that it means, on each server:

    1 disk == 1 PV == 1 VG == 1 ThinPool == 1 storage-pool



[1]  https://linbit.com/drbd-user-guide/linstor-guide-1_0-en/#s-a_storage_pool_per_backend_device

Daniel Dehennin
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